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From Brian Pane <bp...@pacbell.net>
Subject Re: SMS usage patterns, hierarchies
Date Tue, 10 Jul 2001 18:45:01 GMT
Sander Striker wrote:

>Cliff pointed out to me that using my homedir for this stuff might be
>a better idea (instead of people pounding my ADSL).
>
>I saw some hits on my box and think that people were scared away by
>the size of the archive (~10MB). Sorry about that. In combination with
>the speed of my line I can imagine you didn't even try ;)
>
>Ok, now it can be found on www.apache.org/~striker/sms
>
>Sander
>
Thanks.  If I'm reading the graphs right, they show
that destruction of a leaf SMS with siblings is much
more common than destruction or reset of a non-leaf
SMS with children.  That seems to reinforce the
conclusion I drew from gprof data: we could get better
performance by allocating blocks for a child from
something that isn't the direct parent (like a per-CPU
free list, based on Dean's recommendation).

But stop me if I've misinterpreted the data...

--Brian



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